NOVEL - Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology
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Disappearing optociliary shunt vessels and neonatal hydrocephalus.
Evidence of orbital deformation in indirect optic nerve injury. Weight lifter's optic neuropathy.
Abducens nerve palsy and Horner's syndrome revisited.
Loss of accommodation produced by peristriate lesion in man?
Bilateral optic neuropathy associated with amiodarone therapy.
Amiodarone optic neuropathy.
Lid-opening apraxia in Wilson's disease.
Subjective oscillopsia (""jiggling"" vision) presumably due to aminoglycoside ototoxicity. A report of two cases.
Optic neuropathy associated with chronic lymphomatous meningitis.
Evaluation of lymphoproliferative disorders. The ophthalmologist's role.
Pseudo-pseudo-Foster Kennedy syndrome.
Insight into the recent European literature. A review of studies concerning the visual pathways.
Persistent strabismus presenting after cataract surgery.
Amaurosis fugax at downward gaze.
Magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of optic nerve gliomas.
Magnetic resonance imaging of optic tract involvement in multiple sclerosis.
Cerebral blindness and encephalopathy with cyclosporin a toxicity.
The ""phantom"" optic nerve. Demonstration in CT and MR scans 19 years after resection of optic glioma.
Congenital glaucoma and buphthalmos in a child with neurofibromatosis.
XXVI international congress of ophthalmology.
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Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology, March 1988, Volume 8, Issue 1
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JOURNAL OF Clinical Neuro-ophthalmology FEB 2 919rl3 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SALT LAKE CITY Contents 1 Disappearing Optociliary Shunt Vessels and Neonatal Hydrocephalus Thomas P. Dowhan, Rafael Muci-Mendoza, and Phil A. Aitken Evidence of Orbital Deformation in Indirect Optic Nerve Injury: Weight Lifter's Optic Neuropathy Valerie Purvin Abducens Nerve Palsy and Horner's Syndrome Revisited Gerald G. Striph and Ronald M. Burde Loss of Accommodation Produced by Peristriate Lesion in Man? Riri S. Manor, Yechiel D. Heilbronn, Ilana Sherf, and Isaac Ben-Sira Bilateral Optic Neuropathy Associated with Amiodarone Therapy Sarkis M. Nazarian and Walter M. Jay Editorial Comment: Amiodarone Optic Neuropathy Brian R. Younge Lid-Opening Apraxia in Wilson's Disease James R. Keane 35 Subjective Oscillopia ("Jiggling" Vision) Presumably Due to Aminoglycoside Ototoxicity: A Report of Two Cases Thomas R. Marra, Norman C. Reynolds, Jr., and Jeffrey J. Stoddard 39 Optic Neuropathy Associated with Chronic Lymphomatous Meningitis James R. Coppeto, Mario L. R. Monteiro, and Dante B. Cannarozzi Listed in Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Index Medicus, Ocular Resources Review, and in Automatic Subject Citation Alert; listed and abstracted in Ophthalmic Literature; and abstracted in Stroke. The Journal of Clinical Neuro-ophthalmology (ISSN 0272-846X) is published quarterly by Raven Press, Ltd., 1185 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036. Application to mail at second-class postage rates is pending at New York, New York and at additional mailing offices. Copyright © 1988 by Raven Press, Ltd. All rights reserved. Subscription price for Vol. 8 (1988): Personal subscriptions $85.00 in the U.s., $105.00 elsewhere; institutional subscriptions $103.00 in the U.S., $123.00 elsewhere. Single copies $32.00. Journal issues prior to the current volume, when available, may be ordered at the current single copy price. Air delivery included for Europe and Mediterranean countries; for air service elsewhere add $22.00. 45 Editorial Comment 47 Invited Editorial: Evaluation of Lymphoproliferative Disorders: The Ophthalmologist's Role Hans E. Grossniklaus 49 Pseudo-Pseudo-Foster Kennedy Syndrome Mark J. Gelwan, Mitchell Seidman, and Mark J. Kupersmith Insight into the Recent European Literature: A Review of Studies Concerning the Visual Pathways Avinoam B. Safran Literature Abstracts Neuro-anatomical Feature Photo: The "Phantom" Optic Nerve: Demonstration in CT and MR Scans 19 Years After Resection of Optic Glioma Michael C. Brodsky, William F. Hoyt, and Diane R. Newton Neuroradiological Clinical Pathological Correlation: Congenital Glaucoma and Buphthalmos in a Child with Neurofibromatosis Mauricio Castello, Robert M. Quencer, Joel Glaser, and Nolan Altman 72 Announcement Raven Press cannot be held responsible for errors or for any consequences arising from the use of the information contained in this journal. The appearance of advertising in this journal does not constitute an endorsement or approval by Raven Press of the quality or value of the product advertised or of the claims made for it by its manufacturer. Authorization to photocopy items for internal or personal use, or the internal or personal of specific clients is granted by Raven Press for libraries and other users registered with the Copyright Clearing Center (CCC) Transactional Reporting Service, provided that the base fee of $1.00 per copy, plus $0.50 per page is paid directly to CCC, 21 Congress St., Salem, MA 01970. 0272-846X188 $1.00 + .50. Manuscripts should be submitted to J. Lawton Smith, M.D., Editor, 9820 S.W. 62nd Court, Miami, Florida 33156. Tele-phone: (305) 665-6827. Orders for subscriptions, remittances, and change of address notices should be sent to Journal of Clinical Neuro-ophthal-mology, Subscription Department, Raven Press, 1185 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036. Subscribers requiring an address change must submit an old mailing label and their new address, including the zip code. No claims for copies lost in the mail can be allowed unless they are received within 90 days of the date of issue. Claims for issues lost as a result of insufficient notice of change of address will not be honored. Advertising inquiries should be directed to Jean Azzato, Advertising Manager, Raven Press. Printed in the United States of America.
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